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May 19, 1989 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
Hoan Le's first break came when he went to work at VN Printing, his cousin's shop, soon after arriving in Orange County from Vietnam in 1981. There he learned the rudiments of the printing trade and enrolled in vocational school. His second break came 3 years later, after a succession of jobs in other print shops scattered throughout Little Saigon. In 1984, a friend at AA Printing loaned Le equipment so he could open his own establishment. Today, a listing for Le's Printing is nestled among 10 pages of ads and entries in the 1989 Vietnamese Business Directory; his is one of 31 such enterprises clustered in and around the heart of the Vietnamese business enclave.
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May 19, 1989 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
Hoan Le's first break came when he went to work at VN Printing, his cousin's shop, soon after arriving in Orange County from Vietnam in 1981. There he learned the rudiments of the printing trade and enrolled in vocational school. His second break came 3 years later, after a succession of jobs in other print shops scattered throughout Little Saigon. In 1984, a friend at AA Printing loaned Le equipment so he could open his own establishment. Today, a listing for Le's Printing is nestled among 10 pages of ads and entries in the 1989 Vietnamese Business Directory; his is one of 31 such enterprises clustered in and around the heart of the Vietnamese business enclave.
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January 9, 2004 | Mai Tran and Mike Anton, Times Staff Writers
Nguyen Cao Ky fled Vietnam nearly 29 years ago as his nation collapsed, piloting a helicopter out to sea where he landed on a U.S. aircraft carrier. The former South Vietnamese premier and vice president headed home Thursday -- on a commercial airliner as a tourist.
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